Relationship Counselling Glasgow


Most relationships have ups & downs and speaking to a trained counsellor/psychotherapist can make all the difference whether that be a feeling of something isn't exactly right or your dealing with a more diffcult issue. Many people think that relationship counselling should be attended when issues hit breaking point and that is simply not the case. We see people at all stages of their relationship and our counsellors provide a safe and supportive environment for you to engage and talk about the difficulties your are experiencing.

You can attend relationship cousnelling as an indiviual or in a couple

Some of the Issues we deal with can range from Affairs and betrayals, Family issues and even Cross-cultural relationships. These are only a few and if your wish to discuss your own personal issue please contact our team to see if what we offer is the right fit for you.

What are the benefits to relationship counselling?

Counselling can help you take a step back from your situation and open your eyes to not only your partner but to show any underlying issues which may be creating unhelpful patterns. Talking with or without a partner about the experiences your are going through may enable you to think about what you can do to change your situation for the better or come to terms with the past. Some benefits can be:

  • Improved communication
  • Awareness of others needs & New prespectives
  • Ability to negotiate decisions together
  • Improved sexual relationship
  • Build or rebuild the emotional and physical bond
  • If the relationship ends, develop insight into each partner's input for the situation, offering the opportunity of developing the future relationships and making changes.

Relationship Issues

Here at OverSouls Therapy we deal with a wide range of relationship issues, below are only a few examples of what our tranined counsellors/psychotherapists are able to deal with.

  • Communication problems
  • Sex (quality and quantity)
  • Financial disagreements
  • Fertility / Infertility issues (please see our Fertility counselling page)
  • Conflict
  • The divorce / separation process
  • To stay or leave?
  • Grief and loss when a relationship ends
  • Past traumas / hurts affecting the current relationship
  • Affairs
  • Differences in emotional styles
  • life goals / dreams
  • difference of opinion on core life issues
  • The balance between independence and interdependence
  • Parenting disagreements
  • Co-dependency
  • Readjusting to single life
  • Co-parenting
  • Single parenting
  • Dating again